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    ChadH 'cuz Quitely's cover there was a perfect representation of DC's Silver Age goofiness without the painful expository word or thought balloons. I really needed to see what was going on in that scene.

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    Speed Force League Unlimited, because I'm also a sucker for Romita.
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    Rob Allen for a great cover and a great story.
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    I vote for WillyPhilly because Dan De Carlo is way underrated among comics fans.

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    This was a hard one for me this week. So many great artists. But I am picking Scott Taylor. I just cant pass up a good Green Goblin cover.

    Honorable mentions to Tami and Conn Seanery for some great Alex Ross covers.
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    Speed Force League Unlimited

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    WestPhillyPunisher for the Dan DeCarlo

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    Easy choice for me, I have to go with icctrombone and Big John Buscema.

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    Greg Hatcher
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    I go Tami for Alex Ross.

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    Jumping on the Greg Hatcher bandwagon.
    The Cover Contest Weekly Winners Thread So much winning!!

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    Rob Allen

    Can't resist a good Brunner cover. A Colan cover might give it a run for the money, but no one posted one, sadly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Taylor View Post
    But wow, Google was no help in finding out anything about Logos Comics. Very interesting!
    Scott, here's the best site I know of for info on Logos comics: http://www.christiancomicsinternatio...ies_logos.html

    You might find the rest of that site interesting too.
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    Oh thats what it was! Somewhere in my parent's attic I have a copy of Run Baby Run. Found it really enjoyable.

    Thanks for the link, great source of info
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    Greg Hatcher for Don Newton
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